Daily Archive: Saturday, March 10, 2018

This Teen Designed a Breast Cancer Detection Bra After Almost Losing Mom To the Disease

They say necessity is the mother of invention, but for eighteen-year-old Julin Ros Cant from Mexico, his mother was the inspiration for his life-saving invention. …AND GETS ALL UP IN YOUR FACEBOOK

Thanks To Contraceptive Pills Being Flushed Down The Toilet, Male Fish Are Laying EGGS

There are certain things that you simply should never flush down the toilet. Plastic wrappers. Condoms. Beloved yet expired childhood pets. These things get stuck and cause several plumbing issues. The toilet is not a magical waste disposal portal; it is not a wardrobe into a Narnia-like dumping ground. As some rather shocking research by

15+ Hilarious Dog Snapchats That Are Impawsible Not To Laugh At

Cheering 1st Day of Summer? Not in Phoenix as Temps Hit 119

Phoenix (AP) — The first day of summer brought some of the worst heat the Southwest U.S. has seen in years, forcing flights to be canceled, straining the power grid and making life miserable for workers toiling in temperatures that reached 120 degrees or higher in some desert cities. Arizona, Nevada and California saw dramatic

This $15 Million Montana Lodge Is Selling for Half-Price

Twelve years ago, Martin Belz, a Memphis-based real estate developer and CEO of Peabody Hotel Group, went on a vacation in Big Sky, Montana, with his son. They stayed in what Belz described as a small cabin, and fell in love with the areas rural charm. The next year, Belz said, he brought his wife

Nora the rescue puppy loves napping with her baby brother

Image: mashable composite: elizabeth spence/instagram Cats aren’t the only ones who enjoy a good nap. In fact, mom Elizabeth Spence posts photos to Instagram of her English Pointer, Nora, who enjoys her daily nap in the cutest way possible cuddled beside Spence’s eight-month-old son, Archie. Mashable spoke with Spence via email to learn more about